Mackall, Crounse & Moore, PLC has joined Dewitt Ross & Stevens S.C.

The newly formed DeWitt Mackall Crounse & Moore S.C. will provide clients with enhanced legal services
and efficiencies as well as access to more than 100 attorneys practicing in nearly 30 areas of
law in Wisconsin and Minnesota.

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Articles & Presentations

  • "Assessing the Employment Impacts of H.R. 6201 - The Families First Corona Virus Relief Act," State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE seminar, March 2020
  • "President Sign the Family First Coronavirus Relief Act - What are the New Time Off Obligations that Covered Employers must Address?" DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, March 2020
  • "Not So Fast: You Mean There’s A Potential Downside to Class Action Waivers In Employment Arbitration Agreements?" DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, February 2020
  • "Illinois' New Sexual Sexual Harassment Training - Who Needs to Comply?" DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, February 2020
  •  "The National Labor Relations Board Returns an Economic Weapon to an Employer’s Collective Bargaining Arsenal," DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, December 2019
  • Your employee tweeted what?!,” InBusiness Magazine, October 2018
  • Presenter: “The Lifecycle of an Employment Relationship in Six Acts,” DeWitt Fall Employment Law Seminar, October 2018
  • Co-Presenter: “Can you Fire the Chronic Complainer,” MRA-The Management Association, May 2017
  • Presenter: “Calculating Overtime: What landmines should you watch out for?,” DeWitt Employment Seminar, September 2016
  • The EEOC Increases Its Efforts To Combat Gender-Based Pay Discrimination,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, February 2016
  • Presenter: “Documentation, Documentation, Performance Evaluations, and Did I Mention Documentation,” Client Presentation, August 2015
  • Wisconsin Enacts Right-To-Work,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, March 2015
  • Co-Presenter: “The Migrant Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act,” Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin, February 2015
  • Social Media – An Employer’s Forbidden Fruit?,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, August 2014
  • Panel Member: “Sexual Orientation & Gender Identity in the Workplace,” Wisconsin State Bar, April 2014
  • Four Common Mistakes Employers Make with Exempt Employees and Overtime Pay,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, January 2014
  • “Madison Adds New Ordinance Prohibiting Unemployment Discrimination During Hiring Process,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, December 2013
  • Co-Presenter: “How to Avoid the Biggest Overtime & Wage Mistakes,” WICPA, November 2013
  • Co-Presenter: “Can you Fire the Chronic Complainer,” 27th Annual WI SHRM State Conference, October 2013
  • Co-Presenter: “Employment Law Hot Topics,” Celerity Staffing Solutions Roundtable, October 2013
  • “October 1, 2013 – A Hard Deadline To Notify Employees Of Health Insurance Options Or Another False Step For Obamacare?,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, September 2013
  • Presenter: “Sex Discrimination, the Equal Pay Act, and Retaliation in the Workplace,” Client Presentation, August 2013
  • “EEOC’s New Disability Changes for 2013,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, May 2013
  • “I Spy a New I-9 Form for 2013,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, March 2013
  • “How to Deal With Retaliation in the Workplace,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, February 2013
  • “DOL Issues New FLMA Regulations and Poster for 2013,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, February 2013
  • Presenter: “Can You Fire The Chronic Complainer,” DeWitt HR Roundtable, February 2013
  • “The EEOC Foreshadows its Plan of Attack,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, January 2013
  • “The Growing Trend of Individual Employee Liability,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, December 2012
  • “Time to Rethink Maximum Leave Policies,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, November 2012
  • Co-Presenter: “Hot Topics In Employment Law,” Celerity Staffing Solutions Roundtable, September 2012
  • “At-Will Employment Disclaimers Attacked by NLRB,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, August 2012
  • Presenter: “Where’s Walter? Understanding and Addressing Employee Leave Requests,” UW Family Business Center, DeWitt Employment Law Seminar, June 2012, September 2012, November 2011
  • Co-Presenter, “Hot Topics in Employment Law,” Celerity Staffing Solutions Training Seminar, May 2011
  • Co-Author, “Insulate Your Company Against Sexual Harassment Claims: Five Important Reminders,” DeWitt HR Advantage, April 2011
  • “5 Ways to Prevent a Sexual Harassment Lawsuit,” DeWitt Employment Law News Feed, April 2011
  • Presenter: “Don’t Get Sacked: Five Lessons to Learn From The Recent Sexual Harassment Claim Filed Against A Former Quarterback and One Of His Former Teams,” DeWitt HR Roundtable, March 2011
  • Presenter: “You Hired Them Now What?,” DeWitt Employment Law Seminar, November 2010

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2 East Mifflin Street, Suite 600
Madison, WI 53703
(608) 255-8891
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Greater Milwaukee

13845 Bishop’s Drive, Suite 300
Brookfield, WI 53005
(262) 754-2840
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2100 AT&T Tower,
901 Marquette Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55402
(612) 305-1400
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DeWitt LLP is one of the ten largest law firms based in Wisconsin, with an additional presence in Minnesota. It has nearly 140 attorneys practicing in Madison, Metropolitan Milwaukee and Minneapolis in over 30 legal practice areas, and has the experience to service clients of all scopes and sizes.

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